Paint like a Pro!


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No matter how boring life can be, colors always find its way to make that dull and dreary work of art fabulous. Pens, markers, colored pencils, crayons, and watercolors are just some of the useful things to make a journal or scrapbook marvelous. Many of the scrapbook addicts turn their eyes from the conventional ready to print arts, rather they wanted to design their own and come up with a masterpiece. They draw, they color and they create shapes and forms out of their own imagination for their scrapbook project and don’t copy from other sources. They don’t anymore mind the difficulty of coming up with new ideas probably because they have a passion for what they are doing which is actually the most important contribution in designing your own journal or scrapbook.

Many of today’s paper crafters make it to a point that their projects are neat, sleek and definitely, unique. And they are finding new ways to make it happen and I read from one article that the newest trend that crafters find interesting is incorporating paint into their scrapbook projects. However, not all paints are apposite for memory projects or scrapbooks probably because of its paper quality. But there’s no need to worry or anything, for we will provide the unique crafters the innovative formulas that would make their needs solved.

Have you heard the latest?

Keepsake Colors, the newest easy to use gel paint is bringing all the scrapbooking enthusiasts’ soft, translucent color that is just perfect for any paper surface. Keepsake Colors bring a filmy wash of soft color to paper textures, involving cardstock, vellum, and matte photos and photocopies. And another latest trend in craft painting would be the FolkArt Papier. It’s a dimensional paper paint which actually beautifies scrapbook projects with bold and dense hues. As well as bringing out dimension to letterings, stamp arts and even borders. Keepsake Colors and FolkArt Papier paint work at the same time to bring colors and dimensional emphasis to paper crafts.

Here are some tips on how to actually do it:

1. Use Keepsake Colors to paint cardstock and tint vellum for your next scrapbook page. Write or draw dimensional titles and borders using the Papier Paint.
2. Trample a large illustration with Keepsake Colors and outline along with Papier Paint.
3. Tint black & white photocopies with Keepsake Colors and cover with FolkArt Papier Glass Finish for memories that truly stand out.

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